Follies and fantasies

(exhibition) May 5th - August 31st, 1971.
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Brighton Art Gallery and Museum , Brighton, Eng
Art -- Catalogs -- England -- London., Decoration and ornament -- Exhibit
The Physical Object
Pagination37 p., (2) leaves of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20696621M

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Follies Synopsis - Broadway musical In the theater, post-WWII, the action is played: there emerges the past. Previously, the theater has been successful and very lush, but now it can be compared to a human skeleton from under the skin of which bones look out – boards and drapes seen from everywhere.

The original FOLLIES, for all its obsession with the past, was firmly locked into its own time and place: America was still in its Vietnam nightmare and undergoing various social revolutions and FOLLIES, like its companion-piece COMPANY the season before, threw a spotlight on the institution of marriage, focusing on Phyllis and Sally, two.

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Follies is a blend of both, and the new production is rounded out with production numbers celebrating love’s simple hope for young lovers, its extravagant fantasies for Ziegfeld aficionados, and its fresh lesson for the graying principals.”[38] This production was also recorded on two CDs and was the first full recording.[39].

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